Noah 

Darren Aronofsky's ambitious film combines a popular Bible tale, the trappings of epic actioner and about a year's worth of discussion topics

Warning: This review will discuss how Noah ends. If the tale of Noah and his ark is new to you, stop reading now, and check out Genesis 6-9. A brief recap: Earth has been ruined by man's industrial exploitation, but one keeper…

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